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which of the following types pf contracts might be unenforceable as contrary to public policy? A. contract that is contrary to the protection of the public welfare,health, or safety B. contract that is contrary to the protection of the person C. contract that is contrary to the protection of recognized social institutions d. all of the above
ALL OF THE ABOVE. Contract that is contrary to the protection of the public welfare,health, or safety; contract that is contrary to the protection of the person; and contract that is contrary to the protection of recognized social institutions might be unenforceable as contrary to public policy.
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ALL OF THE ABOVE. Contract that is contrary to the protection of the public welfare,health, or safety; contract that is contrary to the protection of the person; and contract that is contrary to the protection of recognized social institutions might be unenforceable as contrary to public policy.
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